Tianbao station

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Dongguan Rail Transit logo.svg
LocationWennan Road and Dongcheng Middle Road Intersection, Dongguan, China
Operated byDongguan Rail Transit Corporation, Limited
Line(s) Line 2
Platforms Island platform
Opened27 May 2016 (2016-05-27)

Tianbao Station (Chinese :天宝站) is a metro station in Dongguan, China. It opened on 27 May 2016. [1]

Station Platform

Ground level
(B1)Hall Vending machine, Customer service
(B2)Line 2 toward Dongguan railway station (Xiaqiao)
Island platform, doors will open on the left
Line 2 toward Humen railway station (Dongcheng)

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  1. "東莞首條地鐵線開通 港人北上更便利". 文匯報 . 27 May 2016.
Preceding station Dongguan Rail Transit Following station
Dongcheng Line 2 Xiaqiao